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Picture of PORTABLE WHEELCHAIR SCALE (MODEL 6550) The Portable Wheelchair Scale, model 6550, is a portable, digital wheelchair scale designed to accommodate wheelchair users without requiring transfers. This dual capacity scale features a L.E.D. readout with pound/kilogram weight selection, folding entrance and exit ramps, and platform with non-skid mats, and transport wheels. POWER: Built-in rechargeable batteries; 120 Alternating Current Volts (VAC). A 60 Hertz adapter with 6 foot power cord is included for recharging. CAPACITY: 1,000 pounds. DIMENSIONS (LxW): The platform is 32 x 32 inches. WEIGHT: Shipping weight is 91 pounds. COLOR: White

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This product record was updated on February 7, 2013.

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Detecto, a division of Cardinal Scale Manufacturing Co.

203 East Daugherty Street
PO Box 151
Webb City, Missouri 64870
United States
Telephone: 800-641-2008 or 417-673-4631.
Fax: 417-673-5001.

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